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Stabbing Death of Jeweler: Police in Los Angeles Look for Suspect (Video)

The Jewelers’ Security Alliance is offering a $2,500 reward for information in the case.

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Police are searching for a suspect in connection with the stabbing death of a jewelry store owner in downtown Los Angeles.

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The Los Angeles Police Department released these images of the suspect in a jewelry-store stabbing death.

Eshagh Natanzadeh, 62, was killed on the morning of Nov. 3, CBS Local reports.

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Natanzadeh was stabbed multiple times and died at the scene.

Police have released security images of the suspect, who left on foot with a bag. He is described as a Hispanic man, 30 to 40 years old, 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing 160 to 180 pounds.

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News of the crime in the city’s jewelry district shocked the region’s Iranian Jewish community, to which Natanzadeh belonged, Forward reports.

“I have received multiple phone calls from different people in the community who are worried and had been telling their family members who work in downtown to come home after hearing of this killing,” Dara Abaei, leader of the Los Angeles-based Jewish Unity Network, was quoted saying.

The Jewelers’ Security Alliance is offering a $2,500 reward for information in the case. Anyone with a tip can reach the Los Angeles Police Department at 877-527-3247 or JSA at 212-687-0328 or [email protected].

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